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Medicinal uses of Star Anise

Star Anise
We have seen this star anise, also known as Annachi flower, in curries and in biryani varieties. Star anise is one of the most important spices used in India. It also has some other names like ‘Annasi Mokku’, Takkolam, Star Anise. It is used not only for fragrance but also for food decoration and medicine.

Star Anise origin

Star Anise native is China. This flower has been used in Chinese Ayurvedic medicine. It has gradually spread to all countries and is now an indispensable spice in India.

Star Anise oil

Oils are also made from the this flower. This oil cures all skin allergies. This oil helps to regulate blood flow and strengthen the nerves. It mainly contains anethole, estrogol, foniculin, limonene, methyl keyhole, linoleic acid and palmitic acid. So it has a lot of medicinal properties that we don’t know about.

Star anise

The old men add this star-shaped seed to boiling water and drink it. They also add it to the spices we use every day, such as garam masala. This flower is an indispensable spice in all dishes cooked using spices in India.


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The gas problem will go away
This seed has a slightly sweet taste. Adding this to our diet gives us two kinds of taste. It also completely reduces the gas problem and helps our food to be digested more easily. About 23% of the population in India suffers from gas and digestive problems. This seed would be the biggest solution to such problems.

The nerve problem will go away

Children suffering from health problems are also given a decoction made with this seed. It is widely used for food digestion in countries like Turkey, China and Russia. This seed helps in preventing vomiting, nausea, seizures, etc. by curing neurological problems and enhancing health.

Antiviral drug
Annachi flower contains 'Shigimic acid', a drug that kills the virus. Tamiflu tablets for swine flu are made from thi seed.

Increasing immunity

Star Anise has high immunity. It contains bioactive substances that kill bacteria, viruses, fungi and yeast. It helps to keep us healthy without any infections in our body due to this anti-inflammatory property. This will removes the toxins in our body and multiplies our immunity.

The sour belch will be avoided

A few will have a sour belch problem. This will make them uncomfortable. This seed is the best solution for such people. If you take half a gram of this seed powder and eat it with water three times a day after meals, you will not get sour belching.


Solve the cold and cough problem

Roast anise seed and make powder and take half a spoon of it, add cumin and pepper to it, boil it, and filter it. Add honey and drink it in the morning and evening to cure colds, flu and cough.

Muscle pain heals

Roast this seed and make powder and take 100 ml each of castur oil and sesame oil and boil it as an ointment. Applying this ointment for muscle aches cures muscle pain. Adjusts muscle grip. Relieves tension when rubbed on the forehead.

Numerous infections are plaguing humans today. To disable all of this we need to take foods that are high in immunity. So include products like this in your diet to enhance your health.

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